APRON TIME!!!

8 more to go. #work

8 more to go. #work

Thank you @stevenbe and @westknits for a great knit intensive!

Thank you @stevenbe and @westknits for a great knit intensive!

#getyourstufftogether at the #stephenandsteven tour! I always have my knitting with me, a bottle opener (because you never know!), a notebook, and my notions book! Together in my Davey, of couse!

#getyourstufftogether at the #stephenandsteven tour! I always have my knitting with me, a bottle opener (because you never know!), a notebook, and my notions book! Together in my Davey, of couse!

The final day of the #stephenandsteven tour! It’s been so great learning from them! Sad to see it end! #knitter #yarn

The final day of the #stephenandsteven tour! It’s been so great learning from them! Sad to see it end! #knitter #yarn

parkkennypark:

The Man on the Train
This is an illustration I did for my friend, Dai’s, PhD thesis. A part of his thesis involved a study around how some gay men (particularly those of a minority status) negotiate being gay outside of mainstream gay culture. One story that really stood out to me as being quite unique and touching involved a middle-aged fellow who has never been intimate with another man, doesn’t necessarily identify as being gay, but spends his days knitting baby socks on park benches and on the train as a way to perform his ‘gayness’. As he still lives at home with an extremely conservative family this is essentially the only way he knows to express his sexuality.
Kojima, D. (2014). Migrant intimacies: Mobilities-in-difference and basue tactics in queer Asian diasporas. Anthropologica 56(1), pp.33-44. 

I just ordered this print for myself. It’s my birthday gift to me! (Insert emperor Kuzco gif here)The first time I read this story, I identified with it a little too well. I am so thrilled to add this to my collection of art I am slowly amassing

parkkennypark:

The Man on the Train

This is an illustration I did for my friend, Dai’s, PhD thesis. A part of his thesis involved a study around how some gay men (particularly those of a minority status) negotiate being gay outside of mainstream gay culture. One story that really stood out to me as being quite unique and touching involved a middle-aged fellow who has never been intimate with another man, doesn’t necessarily identify as being gay, but spends his days knitting baby socks on park benches and on the train as a way to perform his ‘gayness’. As he still lives at home with an extremely conservative family this is essentially the only way he knows to express his sexuality.

Kojima, D. (2014). Migrant intimacies: Mobilities-in-difference and basue tactics in queer Asian diasporas. Anthropologica 56(1), pp.33-44.

I just ordered this print for myself. It’s my birthday gift to me! (Insert emperor Kuzco gif here)
The first time I read this story, I identified with it a little too well. I am so thrilled to add this to my collection of art I am slowly amassing

Back to routine

Back to routine

knitting blogs wanted!!

knitpool:

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knittincandenza:

reblog this if you are a knitting blog or at least post knitting so I can follow you! I’m going on a knitting rampage tonight and need more blogs!

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